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The 1982 World Series was a battle between two teams that had never met, from towns that were already natural rivals due to their beer manufacturing. "Anheuser Busch" St. Louis edged "Miller" Milwaukee in seven games, and these souvenirs from that thrilling set all belonged to Red Schonendienst, a coach on the winning Cardinals club. The team-signed World Series baseball is complete and in EX-MT condition with slight toning, while the home jersey was worn by Red at the 30th Anniversary celebration. There are also 21 souvenir patches, six replica World Championship rings, one felt pennant, one ticket from each of the seven games and two from the NLCS against the Braves. The 1982 Adirondack bat was presented to Red and features a plaque on the barrel which reads: "ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 1982 WORLD CHAMPIONS DEFEATED MILWAUKEE BREWERS 4 GAMES TO 3 GAMES." The overall collection is in EX condition.
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